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, the american renewable energy and efficiency act, will allow every single american to have access to clean energy and money-saving efficiency. in our economic recovery, there has been one very bright spot in massachusetts and the national economy, the incredible growth of clean energy, energy efficiency and the jobs that come with these industries. according to the massachusetts clean energy center, our state alone has gained 20,000 jobs in these sectors since 2010, with another 10,000 new jobs expected in the next year alone. massachusetts has become the nation's most energy-efficient state. boston is ranked as the nation's most energy-efficient city. our shores will host the first offshore wind farm with a new construction terminal built in new bedford, allowing our fishermen to work alongside our wind energy workers. massachusetts is number seven in the nation in deploying solar energy, even though we're more well known for the perfect storm than perfectly sunny days. these advances, these jobs, these technologies have flourished in massachusetts because we have set the right policies a
™. balance bar dark chocolate crunch has 40-30-30 balanced nutrition to give you energy that lasts. balance bar® dark. have you found your balance™? balance bar® dark. help the gulf when we made recover and learn the gulf, bp from what happened so we could be a better, safer energy company. i can tell you - safety is at the heart of everything we do. we've added cutting-edge technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art monitoring center, where experts watch over all drilling activity twenty-four-seven. and we're sharing what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. our commitment has never been stronger. did nana ever give you cheerios when you were a little kid? yeah, she did. were cheerios the same back then? cheerios has pretty much been the same forever. so...when we have cheerios, it's kind of like we are having breakfast with nana... yeah... ♪ yeah. you're so smart. >>> here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. new york, showers, 65 the high. miami, partly sunny. but rain in chicago today. dallas, morning clouds, and
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activity twenty-four-seven. and we're sharing what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. our commitment has never been stronger. > my mission is simple. to make you money. i'm here to level the playing field for all investors. there's always a bull market somewhere, and i promise to help you find it. "mad money" starts now. >>> hey, i'm cramer. welcome to "mad money." welcome to cramerica. other people want to make friends. i just want to save you money. my job is not just to entertain you, but to educate you so call me at 1-800-743-cnbc. if you live by the fed's fuel you occasionally have to die by the fed's reasoning for the fueling! and that's what we saw today when the market plummeted! soon after the federal reserve says it has to keep buying bonds because the economy is still not strong enough to generate enough jobs without interest rates staying lower than they might otherwise be. the stock market's retreat where the dow gave up 62 points. the s&p dropped 4.9%, and the nasdaq declined .55% and can clearly be laid right at the fed's feet. that's because until the
cifelli us was in front of the house energy and commerce committee. in her testimony, she talked about some of the websites reported problems and how they are being fixed. she also addressed the issue of individuals receiving cancellation notices from their insurance providers. the hearing you can see in its entirety tomorrow at 10:35 a.m. eastern on c-span. >> john foster dulles had recently died when that super airport out in chantilly, virginia was being built. president eisenhower immediately announced at the airport would be named dulles airport. for a while when kennedy took over, he didn't want to name it after a crusty old cold warrior, but there was pushed back from others. finally, the decision was made to name it after dulles. you can still see the film clip of kennedy opening the airport with eisenhower there, allen dulles air, and he pulls back a curtain, and behind the curtain is this giant bust of john foster dulles. that bust stands in the middle of this big airport. i went to see it while i was writing this book. i couldn't find it. i started asking the security guards
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that matter& like buying new raspberry 5 hour energy. from now to the end of the year, a portion of each sale... benefits living beyond breast cancer, to empower women affected by breast cancer. new raspberry 5 hour energy. it's one good deed that will go just right. >>> welcome back to eyewitness news at noon. simba is 6 years old. >> all business. >> simba is all business. he really is. he needs a good home. he obviously had to be given up by his previous family. >> oh. >> who, what, where, when and why is not important. what's important is he's sitting here and needs a home. he's a begal mix. he's at the maryland spca. that's 235-8826. the number. you know where it is. you can always hit the website. the reason we have a 6-year-old dog here today is because there's no young pups at the shelter. >> unusual. >> that's very good news. so if you can simba out that will be a good thing. >>> tim, it's going to get cold by the middle of next week we could be swinging and sweating kind of sort of. >> definitely. we're flanked by the warm temped the middle is like the oreo cookie. the you got t
we could be a better, safer energy company. i can tell you - safety is at the heart of everything we do. we've added cutting-edge technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art monitoring center, whe experts watch over all drilling activity twenty-four-seven. and we're sharing what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. our commitment has never been stronger. gerri: so much for the affordable care act. do surveys show the cost of small business owners going up dramatically. stay with us. ♪ gerri: obamacare means more and more problems for small business owners and new surveys say costs are going up. premiums are sky high. joining me now, technology and financial consulting firm. thank you for joining yes. i wonder if you're finding what the folks found, small-business premium hikes 64 percent of these companies say they're paying more of the average cost of over $8,000. >> is what i am seeing. with all the promises so far we have not seen any decrease in premiums. they're going up. on average 50 to 25%. a lot of my clients are paying for $5,000 p
school bus. mike schuh explains what they did. >> reporter: a high school hallway. so much energy confined in one space. but it's a different story on the way to school. >> i usually just lay my head on the window and just listen to music. >> reporter: but what happened to jessica dyke has change that forever. >> we hit the dirt. and a branch hit the window. >> reporter: caleb and tristan sit up front. they noticed the driver. >> he didn't slow down to open the door for someone. and that's when he went into the middle of the road. and a few people started noticing what was wrong. >> as we reached the intersection, he was going really, really fast. >> in fact, the driver, mr. rick, was having a medical emergency. >> i'm trying to get up there as fast as i can. everyone is yelling, mr. rick, mr. rick, trying to find out what's wrong. >> reporter: he tries to push the brake with his hand. and tristan. >> high tried to grab the brake and he was resisting me. and i also grabbed the steering wheel, which he also fought me on. >> no one was hurt. >> it was almost like a dream. i was kin
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with. we can work together to build a national energy policy to put people to work and keeping energy costs down. we can work together to support education, research, infrastructure, immigration reform, yes, even pass the farm bill. we can work together to reform important programs like medicare or social security so that we can preserve and protect them for future generations while balancing our budget and controlling spending. mr. speaker, today our economy may be stagnant but our optimism and determination have never been greater. let's work together to renew the prosperity and opportunity for all americans in our great nation. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. for what purpose does the gentleman from california seek recognition? >> unanimous consent to address the house for one minute. revise and extend. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from california is recognized. or a mr. speaker, october's domestic violence awareness month. unconscionably domestic violence has reached pandemic proportions affecting one out of every
: help the gulf recover and learn from what happened so we could be a better, safer energy company. i can tell you - safety is at the heart of everything we do. we've added cutting-edge technology like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art monitoring center, where experts watch over all drilling activity twenty-four-seven. and we're sharing what we've learned so we can all produce energy more safely. our commitment has never been stronger. ♪ >>> she turned 8 years old, she got a great birthday gift. her father was serving in afghanistan. he'd been away from home for nine months. with a lot of help he was able to surprise his daughter at school with a birthday hug. >> oh that's the best birthday present ever to have your daddy home safe. >>> and a surfer takes on what may be a record-setting 100-foot wave. but he did something even bigger that day. we'll catch up with him in portugal. that's ahead on "cbs this morning." ♪ ♪ music ♪ it's so much more than coffee. brew the love. keurig. [ male announcer ] at scott, we don't need elaborate stunts just to tell you
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a generous energy up our own minds that they would set aside self-interest in order to advance abate -- emancipate the sulleys. but then he considers a more imminent possibility. while jefferson has said the moment has not applied for virginia to exercise this generous energy, he thought there was another process and one that he saw unfolding as he wrote, which is that the british had come in and considerable arm strength into chesapeake bay, many ships of the royal navy. they were rating the shores of the chesapeake and there were mounting increasingly aggressive invasions into the interior which culminated in the capture of washington, d.c. in the process of doing that they were helping insulate people to liberate themselves -- enslaved people. so jefferson is suggesting that if the war goes on and the british ring larger forces and established a permanent presence on land in virginia or maryland, that it is going to start a cycle of liberating thousands of enslaved african-americans. the language is interesting because thomas jefferson was never known to say anything good about th
is recognized for one minute. ms. hanabusa: thank you, mr. speaker. as a member of the house sustainable energy and environment coalition, i rise today to recognize the one-year anniversary of superstorm sandy and remember those who tragically lost their lives, as well as those continuing to rebuild from that destruction. in the years since superstorm sandy ravaged the east coast, communities across the nation have suffered through new extreme droughts, storms, wildfires, and flooding. my home state of hawaii is incredibly vulnerable to the effects of climate change. as you can imagine a sea level rise is a real threat and concern for us. earlier this year honolulu joined more than 70 other u.s. communities asking for the president to cut greenhouse gas emissions that are driving climate change and increasing hawaii's risk of extreme weather events and sea level rise. when i was in the hawaii legislature, i'm proud to say we passed a bill, and we were one of the first states to address the greenhouse gas emissions. as we reflect on this somber anniversary, i remain committed to ensure people of
the energy and commerce committee. would you expect your? we expect her to assure members of congress and the nation that the healthcare.gov website is improving and improving quickly. that is going to be hard to do because last night we learned the federal hauled -- federal hub crashed again for the second time in three days. hoe.as a tough row to what about the news stories that came out yesterday -- nbc has stories showing the white house knew people were going to start losing their insurance coverage despite ,romises from the president dating back to 2009, that if you like your dr. you can keep them. think the president might speak to that a little bit today in boston. on administration's spin that is that it is the insurance companies who have overreacted or changed their plans so that more people are beaten -- are being given these notices then should be -- than should be. wereknew that some people going to be dropped. they did not think it was going to be at this extent. host: where are democrats on their confidence levels with secretary sibelius and what they want to see from
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millions uninsured unnecessarily. that's a shame. because if they put as much energy into making this law work as they do in attacking the law, americans would be better off. americans would be better off. so that's the affordable care act. better protections for americans with insurance, a new marketplace for americans without insurance, new tax credits to help folks afford it, more choice, more competition, real health care security. not just for the uninsured or underinsured, but for all of us because we pay more in premieum and taxes when americans without good insurance visit the emergency room. we get taxed. and since we all benefit, there are parts of this law that also require everybody to contribute. that require everybody to take some measure of responsibility. so to help pay for the law, the wealthiest americans, families who make more than $250,000 a year, have to pay a little bit more. the most expensive employer health insurance plans no longer qualify for unlimited tax breaks. some follks aren't happen about that, but it's the right thing to do. just like in massachusetts,
report is brought to you by bge smart energy savers program. running errands this weekend? don't forget your cfl bulbs. visit bge smart energy.com. back to you. >> kristy, thank you. >>> they fought, side by side. tonight, an american soldier is celebrating a victory after his afghan translator finally make its to america. mary has the story of a friendship formed on the battlefield. >> reporter: this is a story about a soldier's determination to uphold a promise. >> reporter: the last time they saw each other, matt zelar and jan ishwary were in afghanistan, fighting side by side against the taliban. >> i had a brother here to fight for me. i was thinking i could make it. >> reporter: for zelar, it was a fight for shinwari's life. he became a marked man after the two were caught in a taliban ambush in eastern afghanistan. >> we saw the first truck was blown up by i.e.d. and i saw later that he was away from the other unit and they kept shooting. against the taliban. >> reporter: zelar said that's when shinwary shot and killed two insurgents sneaking behind them. >> he saved my life. >>
billions of dollars in an energy bill. if money is going to be invested canenewable energy, it change the economy. it is a research bill because this bill will provide resources to universities to come up with new innovations. because of our research initiatives, i think 364 patent applications have occurred just from usda sponsored grants. it is a conservation bill and the ability to protect their soil and water. it is a trade bill because this creates the sources by which we can promote agricultural trade. part of what is lost in the discussion in this town is the scope of this bill. we focus so merrily on the commodity title and the snap in to the nutrition title that we fail to recognize everything in between. that is why i am encouraging congress to get this done. yes there are consequences. the benefits are huge. frankly, if we want to talk about infrastructure and jobs and renewable energy, if we want to talk about trade, it is in this bill. if people recognize that i think the bill will encourage their members of congress to get this done and get it done quickly. nemechek to a
energy commission live on c-span three. c-span. we bring public affairs events from washington directly to you, putting you in the room at congressional hearings, white house events, briefings, and and offering complete gavel-to-gavel coverage of the u.s. house, all as a public service of private industry. we are c-span, created by the cable tv industry 34 years ago and funded by your local cable or satellite provider. now, you can watch us in hd. the centers for medicare and medicaid services apologizes for the issues on the healthcare.gov website since his rollout. maryland testified before the house ways and means committee. a congressman chairs this three- hour hearing. [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2013] [captioning performed by national captioning institute] >> this hearing will come to order. good morning. i would like to welcome marilyn tavener, the administrator at the center for medicare and medicaid services. welcome to the committee today. i look forward to your testimony. i look forward to the hearing to really get an honest, straightforward assessment
you, mr. chairman. as a member of the sustainible energy and environment coalition and the safe climate caucus, i rise to call for urgent congressional action on climate change. we must follow the examples of my home state of california, washington, oregon, british columbia. these leaders have come together -- they came together monday and signed the pacific coast action plan on climate and energy. the action plan will help them collectively reduce carbon pollution and greenhouse gas emissions which will not only help the environment but it will also help public health and strengthen our economy. this is a small but significant step to act on climate change. these leaders have taken these important steps because they know the consequences of inaction. they recognize that the effects of climate change cross borders freely. republicans and democrats should follow this good example of action and our leadership should move forward to combat climate change. i, too, want to give my sympathy and my prayers at the loss of a great leader, chairman ike skelton, and i know on behalf of my
their safety into their own hands. >> a high school hallway so much energy confined in one space, but it's a different story on the way to school. >> and i usually just lay my head object window and listen to improving what happened to jessica die son and 32 other students has changed that forever. >> we hit the dirt and a branch hit my window. >> caleb and kristin sit up front. they noticed the driver. >> he didn't slow down to open the door for someone and that's when he went into the middle of the road, and a few people started noticing something was wrong. >> as we reached the intersection he was going really really fast. >> in fact the driver mr. rick was having a medical emergency. >> i'm trying to get up there as fast as i can. everyone's yelling mr. rick, mr. rick trying to figure out what's wrong. >> he tries to push the brake with his hand. >> and tristan, i grabbed his foot and i was trying to pull it off the gas. he was resisting me. after that i grabbed the steering wheel which he also fought me on. >> no one was hurt. jessica and robert get everyone off the bus and take rol
. we chose this story because it could change your life, actually, with more than 16% of u.s. energy used to climate control buildings, it could kang your world. check out this bracelet. if the witch had this, maybe she'd be out trick-or-treating right now. at number five, talk about a hot mess. a shortage of hot sauce. a dispute between the city of irwindale california sent hot friends into a holt stoir. today, a judge ruled in favor of the factory, even though the city complained it smelled of pungent garlic. 200,000 bottles are being made every day. >> and now you're caught up and on the top of the list. >> can i get a witness? the kids of r&b legend marvin gay claim they crossed the line. >> nick and his crew
reactors for energy. rouhani hopes to strike a compromise that could end sanctions that hurt iran's economy. but conservatives in his government say the u.s. and its allies cannot be trusted. tina, cbs news. >> the 1979 takeover triggered a hostage crisis with 52 u.s. diplomats held for 444 days and the ties between iran and the u.s. have been severed ever since. >>> pretty chaotic scene inside an egyptian courtroom today as mohammad morsi had a brief hearing. >> half of the room exploded in cheers. they were chanting, down with the military. and the other half of the room, including some egyptian journalists were shouting, execution, execution. >> that was cbs's clarissa ward who said the whole thing felt like a circus. security forces are on high alert. we don't see the same kind of violence creeping up that we saw last summer. >> well, the washington redskins are preparing for the minnesota vikings following yesterday's thrilling overtime victory. the third rushing of the game sealed the victory at fedex field. that followed a brilliant goal line in washington stopped the san diego
their safety into their own hams -- hands. >> a high school hallway. so much energy, fined in one space. but it's a different story on the way to school. >> i usually lay my head down and list tone ♪. >> reporter: but what happened to jessica dice has changed that forever. >> we hit a branch. >> chris and terrorist an sit up front and noticed the driver. >> he didn't slow down to hope the door for someone. and he went into the middle of the road. and a few people started noticing what was wrong. >> as we reached the intersection, he was going really, really fast. >> in fact, the driver, mr. rick, was having a medical emergency. >> i'm trying to go as fast. >> i grabbed his foot. and i was trying to pull it off the gas. and he was resisting me. after that, i grabbed the steering wheel. we ended up driving the bus into trees. >> reporter: no one was hurt. jessica and robert get everyone off the bus and take role. >> it was kind of like a dream. it was weird. >> it all hits you what happened. >> i think they are incredibly courageous. >> what this is a sheriff's salute sit swreans -- citizens aw
these songs i realized that that energy was very prevalent and wanted to define it for myself and people listening. >> for those who haven't heard you yet, define your sound or your music to me. >> well, you know what, someone called it gourmet soul the other day. i like that. i always like -- it's extremelyn ky and it's also -- it will hit you're emotional jugular because i take you on a roller costar ride through social, political as well as emotional, sometimes physical, sensual things. it runs the gamut of the emotional circuit but all based in soul and funk. >> that's the song i listen to on you tube. i had to listen to the end. >> you did not click away from me. >> no. the commercial before you, yes. >> i got you. >> what's the next project? >> we're just getting started. this has been out for 2 week s. we're going to be doing some shows in the dc area coming up in 2014 early in the year. please keep up with the website and we'll let you know where we'll be. >> please go to you tube because it will be a treat. our time has run short. thank you very much. >> thank you. >> it's gre
much energy confined in one space. but it's a different story on the way to school. >> and i usually lay my head on the window and listen to music. >> reporter: but what happened to these students changed that forever. >> we hit the dirt. and a branch hit my. >> they noticed the driver. >> he didn't slow down to open the dor for someone. and that's when he went into the middle of the road. and people -- a few people started noticing it was wrong. >> as we reached the intersection, he was going really, really fast. >> reporter: in fact, the driver, mr. rick, was having a medical emergency am. >> i'm trying to get up there as fast as i can. everyone is yelling, mr. rick, mr. rick, trying to find out what the going on. >> i tried to pull his foot off the gas and he was resisting me. after that, i grabbed the steering wheel, which he also fought me on. we ended up in the trees. >> reporter: no one was hurt. they got off the bus can take role. >> it was almost like a dream. >> it had all hits you -- it all hits you what happens. >> i think they are incredibly courageous. >> what this is a
. >> there was a hearing last week in energy and commerce, one of the calm that -- contractors sayson the site, it applicants have no reasonable expectation of privacy and this was due to a decision cms made. did you all make that decision? >> i will have to get back you on that. i will have to see what they were talking about. >> thank you. >> thank you mr. chairman. have lost count. 22. i think you are asked 22 times when it will be available. just to clarify for the last time, the information will be available sometime at the end of november? is that correct? >> that is what i said. mid-november. many times. >> i wanted to be clear to all my colleagues. the information will become -- available at the end of november. >> mid-november. >> i am sorry. mid-november. i appreciate that. you understand from the same party that attempted to repeal the affordable care act over 40 times, you understand that? >> i do. >> you understand the repetition is a part of the road here, that the more you ask it, the more you try to repeal things, make you feel better about it. i just wanted you to be constant
millions of americans uninsured unnecessarily. that's a shame. because if they put as much energy into making this law work as they do in attacking the law, americans would be better off. americans would be better off. [cheers and applause] >> so that's the affordable care act, better protections for americans with insurance. a new marketplace for americans without insurance. new tax credits. more choice. more competition. real health care security, not just for the uninsured or underinsured but for all of us because we pay more in premium and taxes when americans without good insurance visit the emergency room. [applause] >> and since we all benefit, there are parts of this law that also require everybody to contribute. require everybody to take some measure of responsibility. so to help pay for the law, the wealthiest americans, families who make more than $250,000 a year have got to pay a little bit more. the most expensive employer health insurance, don't qualify for tax credits, some people aren't happy but it's the right thing to do. in massachusetts, most people who can aff
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that so much energy is, is wasted. streetline has looked at the problem of parking, which has not been looked at for the last 30, 40 years, we wanted to rethink that whole industry, so we go and put out these sensors in each parking spot and then there's a mesh network that takes this information sends it over the internet so you can go find exactly where those open parking spots are. the collaboration with citi was important for providing us the necessary financing; allow this small start-up to go provide a service to municipalities. citi has been an incredible source of advice, how to engage with municipalities, how to structure deals, and as we think about internationally, citi is there every step of the way. so the end result is you reduce congestion, you reduce pollution and you provide a service to merchants, and that certainly is huge. >>> we're back with our roundtable. i want to talk about 2016 a little bit. got to check in every week. you were here with hillary clinton, big presentation to cap council for american progress? >> center for american progress. >> center for ameri
-- spectra energy says the pipeline is safe and will save residents about several hundred million a year in you tilly bills. utility bills. they say there is no public health threat from radon. they say construction is state of state-of-the-art. >> we have put in a number of safety features. we have inspected every weld. >> the government agency that approved the pipeline rejects criticism. it rubber stamped the project. the federal regulatory agency says all voices were heard. >> we had numerous meetings and we have opportunities for public comment as well as the vocal or oral comment. these are all factored into the environmental impact statement. we had over 575 interventions, formal interventions and over 6400 comments filed. >> according to the government records there have been 72 gas transmission pipeline incidents. one of which was designated serious and caused two injuries. in new york, david lee miller, fox news. >> david, thanks very much. >>> the prime minister of iraq is reaching out to president obama for more help fighting a surgeon. surge. will he get the helping hand he
in particular? then take heart that sempra energy is on the list. in southern california gas. i knew southern california gas. they tracked me down after i was living in my car. found out the couple of months i didn't really -- well, there's no gas bill in the car. gasoline. i've learned one thing about the utiliti utilities, they mirror the growth in the country because it's about new lines. the growth is good for the nation. we've got real random companies thrown in here on the all time high list. we still don't have a lot of all-time tech highs. but adobe's there. the company has changed its stripes and gone from a traditional software provider to one aggressively expanding into the cloud software as is service. you can focus on the nadir that is blackberry, i would rather focus on the zeneth that is adobe. mastercard, m.a., which reported earnings last week, deemed more powerful than visa. i like the latter too. m.a. is a play on paper going to plastic worldwide as well as derivative strong shopping. okay. what's not on the list? i think this is almost as notable as what is. financials hav
. people were offered financial incentives to buy a more energy conscious car. they have elevated the status of a contractor that was part of the program. they will now be the chief contractor to do that. that is the quality software services. they were part of the project. why would you elevate them? newthought to bring a contractor would be hard to do. let's go with this company. they are known for the federal data hub. that is one of the pieces that has been working. is a lot of blame to go around. it became a blame game. the contractors were blaming each other. members were trying to get more specific information about what happened when. it was a window into what is ongoing. this week marilyn tavener will appear tomorrow. kathleen sibelius will be in front of energy and commerce on wednesday. so this picture of the story continues to unfold. you intoant to invite the conversation with mary agnes carey. weyou want to ask questions, have divided lines into two lines. if you're among the insurers, 202-585-3880. if you find yourself uninsured, 202-585-3881. pick a line which best
of the hearing on wednesday where kathleen sebelius will be testifying before the house energy and congress committee. let's get to the phone calls. diane is in michigan and is an independent caller. hello. good morning,er: mr. representative. how are you? sun isoctober 29 and the out, it is a good sign. [laughter] caller: it is cloudy here. [laughter] am calling is i would like to ask a question and then regret i have a question for you, please. ok? harry reid was on a couple of days ago on your radio station. he said that we did not have a deficit problem the -- but that .e had a revenue problem on the floor yesterday he said the american people want to pay more taxes. i am sorry, sir, i do not want to pay more taxes, i barely make it as it is. in youw is your last day guys are taking a vacation again for another 10 days and i would like to know why, when there are so many things that have to be done in congress? guest: well, there is a schedule. as you know, we were supposed to be off two weeks ago when we had the travesty of trying to get the government act opening and. when people say
. >> on your august 1st testimony to the house energy and commerce committee, to congressman pitts' question, do you remember this question? >> you'll have to ask the question. >> he asked, do the contractors who hhs is paying to build these exchanges have milestones they have to meet? you replied absolutely. congressman pitts asked you, can you tell us today every contractor met these targets and is on time? you replied yes, sir, i can. it seems there are two possibilities here. he repeatedly told congress and the breakdown resulted solely from problems with a few contractors that suddenly occurred 60 days before obama care was open to the public or the second possibility is if there were problems earlier that were being reported in the press that you did not tell congress about these. which is closest to the truth. >> if i remember the questions correctly, what congressman pitts was asking me related to the hub and the hub was progressing on time and on schedule. still is. the hub has actually operated flawlessly. most of the questions were around the hub. >> neither criminal background ch
-span this morning, we will bring you a discussion with the head of the international atomic energy will talk about his agency's monitoring of nuclear programs and promoting the peaceful use of atomic energy. that gets underway at 1130 a.m. eastern. president obama and the iraqi prime minister our meeting this afternoon after 2:00. the two leaders are expected to address security concerns within the country. sectarian violence is picked up since u.s. forces pulled out nearly two years ago. the wall street journal reports that iraq lames violence on civil war next door. is dominatedister y shiites but the sunnis complain about them. here is more of what he had to say yesterday. [video clip] them a we do not know if it is a single religion or single border. they carry bad ideas instead of flowers. al qaeda is a dirty wind that wants to spread worldwide. flowers to to carry expand them at the international level. request. it is not only about iraq. it is about all of the countries in the world that are suffering from terrorism.
from fred upton, a republican from michigan. he is the head of the energy and commerce committee. let people keep their coverage -- it talks about letting people keep their plans. page ofin the opinion the usa today. we are talking with julie appleby, taking your questions and comments about cancellation notices. whois on our line for folks have had their plans canceled. he is from new hampshire. good morning. caller: tank you for taking my call. i called on october 1 when this whole thing started. i was mentioning how the least expensive obamacare plan was $140 per month more than what we are currently paying. we currently pay $90 per month. we have an $8,000 family deductible. it is my wife and i and we are in our 50s. we will not be eligible for any subsidies because the cut off for a couple is $6,000 or year. -- $60,000 per year. we make more than that. to what wee plan have now is over $1000 per month. we already hade, people saying these are substandard plans. we heard he had these mandates. you can keep your kids on until 26. we had mental health and hospitalization. we paid fo
, kathleen sebelius will appear before the house energy and commerce committee about the rollout of the insurance exchanges and the problems with the website. live coverage of that, with the hearing getting underway at 9:00 a.m. eastern. coming up tonight, the jack kemp town nation is honoring jeb bush with its annual leadership award. 7:30coverage starts at eastern on c-span3. bess wallacehip of and harry truman began here at her home in independence, missouri. >> when my grandfather visited independence, 26 miles from where he lived in 1910, he often stayed across the street at the nolan house. one afternoon he was over there with his cousins, with the family, and his and brought in a cake plate that i great- cakemother had given her a , and mrs. nolan had claimed the e and asked if anybody wanted to take it back over. my grandfather ran over here and rang the bell on the front door, in the hope that my grandmother would answer the door, and she did. and she invited him in, and that is the beginning of their formal courtship in 1910. as we continue -- series on first lady ares
good and civic engagement. that's her quote. she's working in both the transportation and energy departments under president clinton, she served as chief of staff to tib the the labor secretary hilda solis for three years. she is emintentsly qualified yet ms. arch let sea the first o.p.m. director to be filibustered in the history of this agency. this week the senate sentence tns will car the stalled nomination of alan astefs -- estevez to be undersecretary of defense. this man's nomination has been stalled for 402 days. he will be responsible for $170 billion logistics budget, $170 billion. that's a year. this budget supports our men and women in uniform as well as millions of machines that make them and take them where they want to go. he specialized in military logistics for more than ten years and it's unfortunate that republicans will hold up confirmation of such a crucial defense department nomination. now, i'm told most of it's held up for an unrelated matter. dealing with some other issue. just wrong. if you don't like this guy, stand up and say why you don't like him and
of the changes that larry hinted at, dropping the high-speed rail and energy and all that might have gotten bipartisan support. i know today people say no, republicans won't oppose anything president obama suggested back in the beginning of 09 many people really hoping that the guys going to bring us together and it didn't happen and i'm not laming glenside are the other because of course there's going to default on both sides. the question is could a different set of choices that brought the country together in the way that -- >> i have been critical of some of the more classically democratic parts of the recovery program but i was there. the senate minority leader said that the basic purpose of his minority leadership was to make sure that the president was not reelected. i think it's not easy to make the case that people in the administer nations were prepared to walk a long mild to get substantial -- to get substantial support so i think it would have been much more, much more difficult and the price of doing it would have been much more stuff not in the infrastructure direction but in
's california hearth energy exchange, says -- health insurance exchange, says he will review how many people have enrolled but not until mid november. once the figures are posted, he says they will be very detailed broken down by city, age of enrollees and which kind of plans they've selected. >>> later this morning, the house intelligence committee holds a hearing on surveillance programs by the national security agency. this follows the recent allegations that the nsa has been spying on foreign leaders. lawmakers want to discuss potential changes to the foreign intelligence surveillance act to increase transparency and rebuild confidence in the program. >>> 8:18. former new england's patriot tight end aaron hernandez already accused of murder may have been involving in a gun- running scheme. and now another nfl player is involved in this accident. hernandez pleaded not guilty to murder and weapons charges in the shooting death of odin lloyd. now, sports illustrated reports miami dolphins center mike pouncey was subpoenaed on sunday. that subpoena is reportedly related to the investigation
: the fireworks are over for now on capitol hill. house energy and commerce committee which you heard for the last 2 1/2 hours hearing testimony, 3 1/2 hours. jenna: 3 1/2 hours. time flies when you're having fun. jon: testimony from the secretary of health and human services kathleen sebellius. good morning or good afternoon now, i'm jon scott. jenna: great to have you here today, everybody. we've been following the hearing last three hours plus. certainly a a lot to get to tod, point i can't sound bites and we'll bring you context what we heard as well. karl rove has been standing by. former white house deputy chief of staff and fox news contributor. thank you for your patience. great to have you join us after the hearing concludes. >> well thanks for having me. jenna: let me just start with this. i've been talking a little bit with our viewers through social media, trying to get their feelings on what is going on with the hearing. here is what fred wrote me. i'm just so sick about the political posturing. i want to hear relevant questions. what do you think is gained after a hearing like this.
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